Artist Interview: D*Face
February 16, 2020
22 min read
However vast and boundless the movement has become, it is not possible to talk about street art without mentioning D * Face. His unmistakable style has colonized the streets of the world, maintaining that genuine approach he started to paste up simple stickers on British street lamps 20 years ago. We caught up with Dean…
D*Face paints a new mural in Mexico DF for All City Canvas
November 4, 2015
1 min read
While we last heard from him in Iceland, D*Face is now in Mexico City where he was flown over by the good people from All City Canvas.For his first mural in DF, the British street artist created a large piece serving as his homage to the Day Of The Dead, a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout…
Life Is Beautiful ’15: D*Face unveils “Peace”, a new mural in Las Vegas
September 30, 2015
1 min read
While we last heard from him in Arkansas, D*Face spent some time in Las Vegas invited by Justkids for the Life Is Beautiful ’15 event.In town with his assistant Rebel Alliance, the British street artist spent a few days working under the intense heat of Vegas on this large-scale piece showing a golden pistol forming…
Unexpected ’15: “Trail Of Tears”, a new piece by D*Face in Fort Smith, Arkansas
September 15, 2015
1 min read
Our friend D*Face just finished working on a second mural for the Unexpected Street Art Festival and JustKids which took place on the streets of Fort Smith in Arkansas.Entitled “Trail Of Tears”, the legendary British artist created this simple yet striking concept showing a large white heart, a red target and several Indian arrows. In 1838 and…
Unexpected ’15: D*Face unveils “Bad Lands”, a large mural in Fort Smith, Arkansas
September 14, 2015
1 min read
While you discovered some exclusive progress shots a few days ago, D*Face has now wrapped up his first piece on the streets of Fort Smith, Arkansas.In town for the Unexpected Festival curated by JustKids, the British muralist created this beautiful piece entitled “Bad Lands”. It took about five days for D*Face to complete this large…
Unexpected ’15: Work In Progress by D*Face in Fort Smith, Arkansas
September 9, 2015
1 min read
We continue our live coverage of the Unexpected Street Art Festival 2015 which is currently taking place on the lovely streets of Fort Smith in Arkansas.Hailing from the UK, D*Face is now in town where he just started working on a large-mural which will be using the “Cowboy” theme. After just a day of work,…
“Nothing Lasts Forever”, a new piece by DFace in Richmond, Virginia
July 28, 2015
1 min read
Dface is currently in Richmond, Virginia where he was invited to paint a new street piece for the Richmond Mural Project 2015.After Malaga, Spain, the British artist is back in the US where he spent a few days working on this massive piece sporting some of his Lichtenstein pop-inspired imagery. The piece reads “Nothing Lasts…
DFace unveils a new mural in Berlin, Germany
June 16, 2015
1 min read
DFace has landed in Berlin, Germany for a brand new Street Art project with the good lads form Urban Nation.The British street artist already wrapped up a large mural which is featuring some of his signature imagery. Just like in Malaga, Spain, the adjacent wall is being painted by Shepard Fairey which should be finished…
Pow! Wow! Hawaii 2015: Dface unveils a new mural in Honolulu
February 14, 2015
1 min read
After sharing with you some progress images through our Instagram, Dface has now completed his latest street piece in Hawaii. In town for the latest edition of Pow! Wow! Hawaii, the British artist brought to life some of his signature lichtenstein-inspired imagery with this massive mural which reads “Oh God! Why Can’t My Boyfriend Surf?!”.…
Art Basel ’14: DFace paints “Suck Face”, a new mural for the Raw Project in Miami
December 9, 2014
1 min read
Our friend DFace is still in Wynwood, Miami for Art Basel 2014 where he just finished working on this new piece for Branded Arts and The Raw Project.While you discovered his first piece a few days ago, the British artist didn’t take no rest and went straight to the Jose De Diego Middle School to…